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Hi Austin,

Thanks for letting us know. We are aware of the situation and are working to resolve ASAP.

Hi Amy,

I'm sorry to hear you are having trouble activating your account. It is odd that you have not received an activation email from us. You said you have already checked the Junk Inbox. Please send an email to or with your account ID or email address you signed up with and we'll activate it manually.

In the future if you have any questions or concerns feel free to post on here or email us at the above two emails. Sorry for the frustration!

Hi Nina,

Yes you can control pauses between words and the speed of the speech. Have you ever heard of SSML Tags? They are used to control different aspects of the text to speech.

There are two ways to control pausing between words. You can just enter a period after a word and there will be a natural slight pause before continuing on with the text. If you want a longer pause you can enter the '' tag. For example if you wanted to have a 3 second pause after a word, it would be . This would be entered right when you wanted to insert the break.

Now to slow down the speed of delivery you can use the tags . For example let's say you have the sentence "I speak this fast! I speak this slow" If you enter "I speak this fast! I speak this slow " The "I speak this slow" portion will be spoken 50% slower than the normal rate. These are only a few of the tags that can be used to control text to speech.
Here is a reference for other useful tags:

I hope this helps. If you need any further assistance feel free to reach out!